My listeners already know Tamara Santa Anna, DC. Since she is more expert with this material than I am, she kindly agreed to help me with this interview. The Rumble video is HERE.
Mr. Lahore is 77. His hero’s journey started with a degree from University of Washington in Seattle. After he graduated, he was hired there as an academic weather researcher. He spent a decade at this and then worked for Boeing the rest of his career.
After Lahore retired, he spent a decade traveling around the USA in a motorhome. (These people are now called “van-lifers.”) When he came home to settle down, he became interested in vitamin D and began his research.
This evolved into VitaminDWiki.com, now the world’s most comprehensive website about this subject. Mr. Lahore still works 50 plus hours a week learning and writing about D. He says his goal is to improve the health of the entire world. Click HERE to start viewing VitaminDWiki.com.
To measure D dosing, International Units (IUs) are now used instead of micrograms (mcg). This seems to have been done to make tiny doses look large:
The government’s recommended vitamin D dietary allowance (RDA) is only 600 IU a day for people up to age 70 and 800 IU for those older. But if you want to be healthy, throw this out the window. Costco supplies 2,000 or 5,000 IUs per dose, which is still not enough. Biotech’s top quality 50,000 IU vitamin D capsules are convenient for weekly use and can be purchased HERE.
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